Sen. Bob Casey on the Senate’s future balancing act

“It’s difficult, but you’ve got to do all three, and maybe a fourth and a fifth thing at the same time,” Sen. Casey says about the Senate balancing former Pres. Trump’s second impeachment trial, Pres. Biden's agenda and their legislative responsibilities.

1/24/2021 7:11:00 AM

“It’s difficult, but you’ve got to do all three, and maybe a fourth and a fifth thing at the same time,” Sen. Casey says about the Senate balancing former Pres. Trump’s second impeachment trial, Pres. Biden's agenda and their legislative responsibilities.

Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) joined NBC’s Joshua Johnson to discuss how the Senate will have to balance Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial on top of their normal responsibilities and a new administration’s agenda. “It’s difficult, but you’ve got to do all three, and maybe a fourth and a fifth thing at the same time,” Sen. Casey said. “The good news, in the short run at least, is we’re getting some degree of cooperation from republicans regarding cabinet confirmations.”

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Working is healthy and I know you all can do it. Go Senator Casey! Nuke the filibuster and it'll be immeasurably easier. And they can even though they are making it really difficult for his administration. This would be the administration to do it.